so I was going to get BFG AT but they are on backorder everywhere, some places said up to several months and others with no ETA and presumably discontinued ???
my only other option with 32x11.5x15 were the Cooper STT, which are mud tires, and I'd be running mostly tar and snow(every type of snow)- Canadian weather. so I don't think mud tires would be too great for me, or are they? :/...
I had the Firestone Destination A/T tire worked great in practically everything I could toss at it, and now I have the Falken Rocky Mountain A/Ts, which are PHENOMENAL! They handled 2 1/2 feet of snow this past weekend bare, where guys with chains were slippin' and slidin'. Then they hit the rocks 3 days later in Joshua Tree Park.
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I recently replaced my BFG A/T's with the Rocky Mountains (also known as the Wild Peaks). They are great all around tires. I was hesitant to buy them at first due to several negative reviews but then I noticed that most of the complaints were from guys running them on full size HD pickups and towrigs. They work just fine on my light daily driven part time trail rig. The main complaint was the side walls were to soft and made the vehicle feel like the back end was breaking loose when turning and making high speed lane changes.